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it could prompt a criminal investigation. but we begin tonight where else? >> denise: yep. >> chris: world series game 3, three hours away. >> denise: the series tied at one game apiece and indians and cubs practicing of course. tony zarrella live in chicago. big game tonight, tony. understatement. >> tony: this is electric. this is alive. this is phenomenal. we are three hours away. first time in 71 years. talking about that and obviously i have members of the tribe. i have talked to the players, how do you block this out. we have not waited as long but almost. play our game. by the time they come and take the field they get locked back into what they are doing and take care of business. i speculated earlier why they went with tomlin in game as opposed to game 2. they went with bauer game 2 and josh tomlin could certainly handle a wild crowd like the one
he will be hitting tonight. no dh in national league parks and josh tomlin 6 for 12 at the plate and 2 hits this year and took the plate against florida and cincinnati and washington. he is confident going in. not just on the mound but at the plate. >> it will be cool. my main focus is pitching in china and pitch as deep in the ballgame and try to help this the hitting part, it is cool to be involved in the whole game as opposed to one side of it. i won't put too much pressure on myself. i will go out there and there's a chance it didn't help win a ballgame and try to take pride as much as i can and a scenario where you have to hit or bunt and you have to take pride in the workout and try to get good at it. my main focus is on pitching.
guys, talking to carlos santana one-on-one, the adjustment of left field and tyler naquim what advice he gave to carlos santana. >> denise: doesn't put like he is putting too much pressure to knock it out of the park. not expecting a homer from the guy. >> tony: not expecting a home run. and two home runs risk in left field. other guys need to step up and go yard. i don't think they are expecting tomlin to do that. >> real quick. for fans not familiar with cubbies game 3 starter hendrix, give us something so we know what we are up against tonight. >> great question. he is like tomlin. he has great location and high 80s and not going to throw
consistent. and that's the thing about tomlin. if you talk about the wind blowing out, if somebody makes a mistake somebody could go deep. >> all right, tony. looking forward to a good game tonight. go, tribe. josh tomlin has something else going for him tonight his dad. jerry tomlin was recently paralyzed from the chest down. he will be in the stand wrigley field watching his son realize his childhood dream of pitching in the world series. good luck to him. a young boy who was a major cubs fan is getting free tickets to tonight's game. but not the way he would have wanted. >> chris: not at all. he got tickets from the team courtesy of an elbow. mark nolan explains. >> mark: imagine this. a little guy at the game jumping around and cheering and so is
you catch one in the head. that's what happened to johnny. he was at game 1 with his dad and caught a elbow in the head and was concussioned and had to leave the game and indians to the rescue. they hooked him up with a pair of tickets for tonight. >> i was feeling really mad and now i feel fine. i am happy i will get to go to the world series. >> little guy. what a great. johnny made a thank you sign for the indians and now he has a decision to make here. he is a cubs fan. the tribe didn't give him the seats. mark nolan. >> chris: easy decision. you dance with the guy who is brought you. we will hear from indians fans in chicago behind enemy lines for the big game.
day. the sun finally peeked through. >> chris: that's right setting up for a glorious saturday sint-jans-molenbeek that right, jeff. >> jeff: it is. fantastic. we are warming up. they are warming up in chicago here for the game. in fact, if i want to take a quick look at the game and talking about the wind blowing out, a south wind staying up throughout the night and that will continue to blow throughout the night. it is warm. 64 at first pitch. if you are going to the watch party progressive 55 degrees here and warmer tonight than what we have been. warm day tomorrow as we go above 70. could see storms mixed with the showers tomorrow night and then sunday looking like rain. we are at 57 right now in cleveland. cooler east, low 50s and hazy sun out there and out the door forecast low to mid-50s and i am thinking for friday night
tonight we will be going up. more on the changes in the weekend coming up. >> denise: an emotional scene in court. a cleveland man sentenced for gunning down a 15-year-old at a restaurant. >> chris: he admitted killing the teen working at his family business and now he will pay the price. shanice dunning is live with the penalty. what did the judge say? >> chris and perry did get life in prison without parole. and over a dozen sunny patel family members were there. it was swift justice and tough for this family. as i mentioned a dozen including sunny's aunt and uncle at the restaurant at the time of the shooting. perry shot and killed sunny october 14th mr. hero and the prosecutor showed perry dropping money as he was running
after that, he went on a crime spree. he went to rob a subway at university heights and tried to rob a dollar general in cleveland heights. police arrested him. sunny's cousins had a chance to speak to perry. we are concealing her identity. >> i hate you for being the last person that sunny saw and his last moments filled with fear. i hate you for holding my aunt and uncle hostage at gunpoint after he cold blood all because you wanted a few easy quick bucks. >> i want to tell the family, the sunny patel family that i am truly sorry for what i did. i know my actions was wrong. >> reporter: sunny's parents had the prosecute's office read statements and wrote that while
perry she says she will never and as for a motive in this case, the prosecutor's office says perry lost his job and seems he turned to crime as a way to get by. getting answers at the justice center shanice dunning, cleveland 19 news. >> chris: shanice, thank you for that. no arrests in cleveland after a popular bartender was killed gunned down during a robbery. >> denise: police are investigating. family and friends are demanding justice. >> reporter: police are not saying a whole lot about this. police believe they have surveillance video that could help. for so many that knew the victim it was a matter of coping. >> west 130th cooly lounge may not be the same again after the killing of melissa brinker. >> it is devastating. >> carol taylor just beside herself over it happening monday night with a crowd similar to what we found over the
drinks, took out their guns and ordered everyone to the floor. she made a break and called for help and they followed her, broke down the door and shot her to death. >> they got the money. why did they have to shoot her and kill her? >> it doesn't surprise me she tried to save everybody just putting everybody before herself. >> so much more than a bartender to many patrons like these women who went year ago and missy had them coming regularly, quickly becoming a friend. >> first time you seen her, you automatically liked her. she is friendly and every time we come in she knew our names right away. just, you know, just everyone loved her. >> now patrons and co-workers are left to mourn, remember and wonder why. >> i loved missy. she would always come in when i
love you mama. >> reporter: we are told missy is from ashland leaving behind her parents, siblings and three dogs. another woman was in the bar at the time and lucky to be alive. she was pistol whipped in the head by one of the robbers when she tried to call 911. >> reporter: asking questions, getting answers, catherine bosley. >> denise: we are following breaking news. we want to show you pictures taken. this is passengers on a plane took this video. the plane was leaving o'hare headed for miami. the f.a.a. claims a tire blew and caught fire. american airlines is saying right now there was a problem with the engine. look at that thing. thankfully, all the passengers and crew able to evacuate and get away from the plane. no serious injuries reported. a close call there. a woman robbed at gunpoint
it happened last night in front of the cleveland institute of music building. police say a woman was sitting in her car. she was parked there. a man pointed a gun at her. she wasn't hurt. the guy took off after getting her money. a cleveland man facing charges after a drug bust on the turnpike. a trooper stopped christopher coatfield for a turn signal violation and a drug-sniffing dog found cocaine and crack. co-field was charged possession and drug trafficking. >> first alert traffic on cleveland 19 news is sponsored by ford. a look at the roadways now. they are wide open as you would hope for on a friday night with no world series and clear skies above. we did have some reports of a couple of accidents about 45 minutes ago on i-90 eastbound at eddy road. two lanes blocked there. if you are taking the i-90
that. otherwise 77 looking smooth on friday. a one of a kind attraction at the rocky river reservation. the fort hill steps have been reconstructed after a cliff made them unstable. there go all the fanatics up the stairs. the 155 steps now wider and lead you to three observation platforms offering some stunning views of the water and surrounding area. just gorgeous. >> denise: beautiful. still ahead. dramatic developments in campaign 2016. the f.b.i. looking at new hillary clinton e-mails and feds
live from cleveland's newscenter driven by don joseph toyota in kent, this is cleveland 19 news. mike pence back in the air today on a new plane. his campaign jet slid off the runway in laguardia in new york. this was breaking news last night at 11:00. no one was hurt. the n.t.s.b. and f.b.i. are a stunning development with just 11 days left in the election. the f.b.i. is reviewing newly discovered e-mails pertinent to the hillary clinton investigation. >> as you can imagine republican nominee donald trump was quick to react. ryan nobles in d.c. with the latest. >> reporter: it's been the biggest controversy facing the campaign and the candidate herself has been forced to answer and complain. >> i said i made a mistake using
i regret that. >> f.b.i. director jonbonet ramsey comey informed the investigation that he declared complete is now under review again. in connection with an unrelated case the f.b.i. investigate e-mails that appear pertinent to the investigation and comey wrote a letter to the investigating chairman and wrote i agree the f.b.i. should take appropriate investigative steps designed to allow investigators to review these e-mails to determine classified information as well as to assess their importance to our investigation. >> there's no word on specific e-mails being examined and donald trump didn't hesitate to seize on the development. >> hillary clinton's corruption is on a scale we have never seen before. we must not let her take her criminal scheme into the oval office. >> clinton supporters like tom
development would not change the course of the collection. >> i can't imagine there's anything there or have an effect on the election. >> reporter: but with polls already showing trump's campaign is regaining some momentum, if there's any issue that could fire up his supporters, it is this one. >> reporter: in washington i'm ryan nobles, reporting. >> reporter: officials say the clinton e-mail investigation came from the sexting probe of congressman anthony weiner and the clinton campaign late this afternoon saying it is extraordinary we would see something like this just 11 days out from a presidential election. >> stay with cleveland 19 news for continuing coverage of campaign 2016 and you can find the latest updates on our mobile app sending you push alerts on facebook or twitter pages. >> all right. now a cleveland 19 news consumer alert tonight. this one is good news.
growing. the rate was 2.9% in the last three months, the best showing in two years. it also means the fed is likely to raise interest rates. falling crude oil prices are taking a toll on energy companies. many have been forced to lay off thousands of workers and lower fuel meant lower of a prices that is about to change. american and southwest are raising prices $5 >> jeff: just high clouds out there right now. much, much warmer air is entering the great lakes. we are at 57. 62 chicago and that's warmer stuff and warmer night at wrigley field and more cloud cover west and more sunshine east.
as this strong push of warmer air comes in. no rain to the west. that's good news and change as the weekend goes on. let's talk temps. at 8:00 around 50 inland. notice how the general trend here throughout the night, especially overnight. we are going up. so by morning here we will be well in the 50s mid to upper 50s area wide and we will continue to rise into the 70s tomorrow. 2:00, temps above 70. we have an alert sunday. it is especially later on tomorrow night. if you are going to the watch period of time tomorrow at progressive field a few showers and storms around and i can't keep it totally dry. really, the alert kicking in 5 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for rain and coming down sunday morning and storms as well. this is the front we are watching tomorrow afternoon.
time. at 8:00 and tomorrow night and showers and storms around and you see that with the front approaching and might get wet tomorrow night and by sunday morning the front is moving through and looks like a period of steady rain and first half of the day on sunday meaning rain could linger into kick off for the browns game. partly cloudy, breezy, cleveland and akron-canton and a little cooler. i have you at 56 at 7 a.m. tomorrow morning become cloudy, windy and warm. 73 the high. you have a southwest wind gusting over 25. what a day. 58. 6 at 11:00. and we are in the low to mid-70s as we go cloudy and there you see that 8:00 hour. it will be warm, 68.
thunder. enjoy 73. my goodness. >> the alert tomorrow night and we drop down to 60. the problem is sunday will be the high. that's the morning high dropping in the 50s by sunday afternoon. an alert there. how about halloween. you will not have to layer up the kids too much. 58 and it will be quite warm halloween night. we hold steady in the upper tuesday and wednesday another big warm up as we start november and potential game 6, game 7. i have us at 74 on tuesday. wednesday, 73. and an alert thursday for some showers and a little cooler there at the end of the week. it is up and down, up and down. we will drop sunday. halloween 58 and all of a sudden, boom back up in the 70s.
a warm start to november in general, perhaps right through election day. so this will be a long-term thing warmer than normal temps. >> denise: i am glad halloween costumes won't be wet this year. we have had quite a few. >> all the hot air from the politics. >> chris: coming up on cleveland 19 news at 5:00 new music from prince six months after his death.
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>> denise: schumer calls the video a tribute not a parody. women onset were inspired by the song. schumer insists she had the approval of husband jay z and released it on the title streaming service. ? only want to see you laughing in the purple rain.? ? purple rain, purple rain.? >> we remember a stunning performance by prescription in the 2007 supwl six months after his death. it is the greatest hits collection of 40 songs called prince forever. look for it in local stores november 22. >> denise: good idea. fans will gobble it up. >> coming up, hours away from game 3 of the world series and we are hearing from indians fans
>> denise: game 3 of the world series hours away. we can't wait. some indians fans are in chicago for the big game. >> chris: good for them. we found fans in chicago rooting for them. >> cubs fans surrounded wrigley field all day long. in this crowd struggled to find cleveland indians red. >> do you feel outnumbered today. >> i do. >> it is great to be here as an indians fan and great to be at the world series and hoping like cubs fans once in my lifetime i can see a victory. >> no matter what team you root for, everyone wants the same thing a world series victory for their deserving team. >> this is a cult being a cub fan.
>> reporter: 68 years to be exact. cubs fans have waited quite a bit longer. >> we have been waiting over 100 years and people have been saving all their money for this exact moment. >> cubs fans tell me they think indians fans are outnumbered in chicago than they were in cleveland. >> it was a tough ticket and more expensive than in cleveland. maybe that's why. >> reporter: we have been walking around wrigley multiple times. really we have only seen two or three indians fans out here. >> i have not seen any here today. >> some who live in ohio, like 91-year-old george buyer who is rooting for the cubs going to the 1945 world series. >> i have been waiting. >> and they are tough to find in the crowd indians fans are excited for the big game tonight. >> hopefully, the indians fans come out in droves tonight.
chicago, shelby miller cleveland 19 news. >> denise: that would be cool. it is not outside wrigley field overflowing with cubs fans. inside the stadium it is understood that cub fans are greatly outnumber indians fans. >> shelby miller is just as excited as indians faithful. wrigley field hosting their first world series in 71 years. the entire city buzzing with excitement. north siders thinking they would never seen a world series game at wrigley field. last one october 1945 cubbies lost the last title 1908, 108 years ago. >> in the first world series since 1945. no other feeling like it. it is exciting. we have been disappointed so many times. it is here for real. i think they can do it.
not making it to the world series and we are here today. >> chris: we have been talking about this. baseball drought is affecting both lakefront cities. indians haven't won since 1948. ticket prices at wrigley skyrocketing right now. >> denise: they sure are. some are paying thousands of dollars just for one seat. dan deroos in the answer center with a closer look. what prices are you seeing now? >> thousands for a seat b what i am seeing and comparing them to game 1, 2 in cleveland will you pay $1,200 more in chicago. you have to remember, you have a bigger population base and more rich people headed to the game that can pay any amount. on stub hub, the mlb secondary market site standing room only to get to wrigley field. $2,200 one ticket and goes up quickly. standing room only.
seat you are at $2,400 and that is with fees. being positive here, indians can win at least one and maybe forced to game 7. what do game 7 tickets look like in cleveland. game 7, a deciding game and not to get into wrigley field now. standing room only game 7 deciding world series game in cleveland right now with fees only at >> dan: i know only but this is game 7 compared to game 3 in chicago. and their game 3 is $600, 00, $800 than in cleveland and puts it in perspective how badly cub fans want the tickets and want to get to wrigley field to say they have been to a world series game in the friendly confines. >> getting answers in the answer center, dan deroos.
ohio and across the country. the first two games in cleveland averaged 18 3 million viewers. 27% increase over world series last year and highest viewership since the yankees-philly series in 2009. >> chris: stay right here for continuing coverage of the indians and fall classic. looking for updates tonight at 11:00 and plus all weekend long updating facebook,wi >> denise: haven't really talked to jeff about the weather there. tony was referencing the wind. >> chris: you look comfortable. wind blowing out. warm and comfortable in chicago and warm and comfortable here. >> jeff: yeah. for some reason internet and social media they went with this and picked up with the wind blowing out thing. i don't know. i played baseball. yeah, it is a little bit --
blowing out as a hitter. you still have to hit the ball. i don't think it's that big of a deal more of a social media thing and south wind 16. warm night there in chicago. 64. if you are going to a watch party at progressive field, 55. so it will be pretty nice. nice as well. friday night football. 57. cleveland and sandusky 57 and cooler akron-canton at 53, wooster checking in at 55. high school football low to mid-50s out there. and we will not drop in temperature tonight. it looks like in fact we will go up in temperature new the night. so that by morning we will be in the upper 50s. that will set the stage for us to go above 70 tomorrow. windy, warm day and won't be near a record and very pleasant out there.
storms with a cold front later saturday night and rain on sunday. and this is my next alert day. if you are going to the browns game, this rain could linger into the afternoon now. it slowed down a bit from my thinking yesterday. rain likely and storms early in the morning and more widespread rain will be sunday morning meeting a lot of people, tailgating and plan on it raining. 73 tomorrow. becoming cloudy. windy day out there 58 at 8:00 a.m. 56 at 11:00 and low to mid-70s during the afternoon. details on the weekend change. you won't believe the forecast for a potential game 6, 7 here coming up later on. >> denise: good. all right, jeff. thank you. cbs news is reporting the feds are concerned about increasing calls for violence timed to the presidential election. >> chris: it comes after weeks of talk from donald trump that
launched a legal attack against ballot security at polling places. jamie yuccas getting answers on the allegations. >> let me tell you, it is a rigged system. >> reporter: republican nominee donald trump long complained about a rigged election and called on supporters to watch out for voter fraud. >> we have to make sure this election is not stolen from us and not taken away from us. >> there are not aot of voter fraud. columbia law school professor points to a loyal olea study with 30 cases of impersonation fraud of 1 billion votes cast in 2014. it does happen. >> there are more cases involving forged or fraudulent absentee ballots. for one thing it doesn't occur at the polling place. >> talk of voter fraud is turning into legal action with
republicans. a lawsuit filed wednesday accuses the national republican committee of violating federal restrictions against intimidating voters. restrictions stem from the 1981 election in which the rnc sent armed off duty law enforcement officers to the polls in minority neighborhoods to challenge the voters. the restrictions are set to expire next year. lawyers for hillary clinton's campaign say trump's fraud camps with large minority voting populations. rnc calls the suit meritless. jamie yuccas, cbs news, new york. >> denise: the rnc says it strictly abides by the federal consent decree and does not take part directly or indirectly to remedy voter fraud. let's get through the election. >> denise: that's it. yep. >> chris: coming up, the bill
lawsuit against johnson & johnson blaming the company's baby powder for causing hero veteran cancer. a jury agreed awarding her more than $70 million. the suit accused j & j of negligent conduct and the company promising to appeal. >> denise: kent police gearing up for halloween. 20,000 people are expected there this weekend. police are planning extra patrols saying the annual celebration is criminals. officers warn students and visitors to stay in large groups. trick-or-treating starts this weekend in some of our communities. there are several ways to make it safe for kiddos avoid masks that make it hard for them to see and make sure they have comfortable shoes on, tennis shoes, clear the sidewalks and leave your pets inside since it is safer for them and also your visitors. a texas boy ended up in the
class when his tongue got stuck inside a plastic water bottle. oh, my goodness. >> i was drinking water trying to get energy in me and i drank it and all the suction swooped inside there. there it is. the tongue slipped so far down not even vaseline, cutting or pliers could release it. he needed surgery to remove it. >> trenton bottles too small to squeeze his tongue in. >> poor guy. never heard of that. >> a big day for the statue of liberty. the patriotic symbol was dedicated 130 years ago today. lady liberty was a gift to the united states from france and tablets hold a book of law inscribed with july 4, 1776 when the u.s. declared independence.
chocolate today, go right ahead and indulge. this is national chocolate day. it celebrates all things cocoa and no surprise here, it was created by candy makers to boost sales. americans eat more than $18 billion in chocolate every year. that comes to about 9 1/2 pounds for each person. mark? >> if they're not eat ago lot of chocolate it is 9 1/2 pounds. right. >> tonight to bring you live coverage of this world series. tony zarrella joins us once again from chicago. plus we are outside progressive field ahead of a watch party there. plus, the tiger returns. the mascot will be at tomorrow's game. boosters need your help. those stories and more.
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room. >> a specially trained person will guide victims, family and friends away from revenge, retaliation situations towards a path of peace and understanding. harry boomer getting answers how this could work. at ems units speeding to metro health medical center, a police car right behind it, nothing quite says trauma like that. that was the scene just today. >> we are really good at taking care of patients if they have their injury is. we fix them up and put them back in the community. >> reporter: i have covered many stories outside this emergency room where a victim has been hospitalized and family members show up confused and angry and wanting to reach out and retaliate. the violence interrupter's job makes sure it doesn't go here. >> you will get caught up with problems with the law. you could end up being a patient and the cycle continues and the
and constantly mourning the results of a retaliation act and could lead to death. >> an eye for an eye leads other victims and sometimes innocent children in the wake to help quell any further escalation of the situation and four-time violence interrupter is being hired. >> you will hear street cred and that person knows the life and understand the feeling that's going on and have their ear on the ground. >> be an impartial party. >> they are trying not to give information to the police and not there to talk about medical care the patient may be receiving and there to offer support, comfort and understanding. >> reporter: helping save lives, harry boomer, cleveland 19. >> the northern ohio trauma systems or not is a collaboration among metro, cleveland clinic and southwest medical hospitals funded by a
greater cleveland. pinpointing the weather where you live. now your cleveland 19 news first alert forecast. >> it will be a fantastic night. we will average 10-15 degrees above normal eventually. look at the high tomorrow. 73 all of a sudden. we will cloud over by the afternoon. we have a lot of cloud cover around and enough wind and some sunshine in the morning to allow those temperatures to make it up there to we have the alert tomorrow night for rain and storms. most of this will come down tomorrow night and better risk and also the first half of the day here on sunday. it will rain. 60 the morning high. we will drop in the 50s by sunday afternoon. i am thinking maybe we could have light rain around for the browns game at least the start of the game. stay tuned. 45 sunday night. halloween, sunshine and 58.
monday night. here comes another big shot of warm air. tuesday november 1, sunny and 74 for the high. wednesday partly cloudy and 73. another front comes through thursday and looks like showers with it. and cooler next friday 58 and look at the 7-day temperature trend 73 tomorrow. 60 the morning high and in temperature. 58 halloween. 74 on tuesday, 73 wednesday and next front projected next thursday. denise? >> okay. coming up at 5:00. sleeping versus shopping. i know what i would rather do.
to shop between 11:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m. cleveland came in at number 8. it shows late night shoppers are most likely to buy beauty products, kids clothing and health care products. >> denise: that would be me working late. halloween is coming up monday of course and one kid's costume is sure to be a big hit. this is from youtube. it is a transformers costume that actually transform. lawson and dad lauren says the costume is made out of foam. it took him about six hours to construct that. >> wow. that's pretty good work for six hours. >> i think i will have to make the pokemon costume. >> long story. >> wish me luck. coming up at 6:00, the art battle on facebook. museums in chicago trying to
now at 6:00 live in chicago as cleveland indians rally together to try to regain the lead in the world series. >> it will be warm in chicago. that warmer air, much warmer air is moving this way. plus just two weeks from a teen's murder to a killer's sentencing for a >> cleveland 19 news sponsored by empire window company your local window siding and door expert since 1960. live from cleveland's newscenter we're getting answers for you. cleveland 19 news starts now. >> romona: we begin with a political bombshell in campaign 2016. >> mark: the f.b.i. announced it is looking further into a new batch of e-mails of hillary
while secretary of state. in a letter to members of congress james comey says the f.b.i. learned the existence of e-mails that appear to be pertinent to the investigation. donald trump made the outcome of the probe a focus of the campaign against clinton. >> they are reopening the case into her criminal and legal conduct. we've got to keep our foot on the gas. the latest national poll shows stay tuned as cbs evening news digs deeper into the e-mail scandal. long lines outside the board of elections in cleveland getting free jay z concert tickets performing a week from today showing support for hillary clinton. we are still waiting for concert details from the clinton campaign. we know it is in cleveland. they stopped handing out those tickets a few minutes ago and we